To ensure that the rights of all learners are fulfilled, countries need to increase the ‘inclusive capability’ of all schools.

Countries need to clarify their view of inclusion and focus on building the capability of all schools to cater for learner diversity rather than distributing additional resources to meet the needs of identified groups.

The Organisation of Provision to support Inclusive Education project, conducted by the Agency from 2011 to 2013 examined how systems of provision are organised to meet the needs of learners with disabilities under the terms of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

The project findings can be found in the project summary report and recommendations for policy makers have been included in the project policy brief


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